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Coronavirus: Planning's live coverage

Coronavirus: Planning's live coverage

With the coronavirus likely to have far-reaching impacts on the planning system, click through to keep up to date with all the latest planning-related news on the crisis.

Go-ahead for Crystal Palace FC training gound on Metropolitan Open Land

Go-ahead for Crystal Palace FC training gound on Metropolitan Open Land

Crystal Palace Football Club (CPFC) has secured planning consent for a new training facility within Metropolitan Open Land (MOL) in south east London, after planners advised that harm to the protected land would be "significantly and demonstrably outweighed" by the development's wider social and community benefits.

Plans for Oxfordshire leisure resort refused over 'unacceptable harm' to rural area

Plans for Oxfordshire leisure resort refused over 'unacceptable harm' to rural area

An Oxfordshire council has rejected plans for a 19-hectare leisure resort on a golf course near Bicester, due to concerns that the development would be in a "geographically unsuitable location" and could cause "unacceptable harm" to the rural surroundings.

Jenrick overturns enforcement notice preventing conversion of London homes into museum for Indian 'national hero'

Jenrick overturns enforcement notice preventing conversion of London homes into museum for Indian 'national hero'

A London borough's enforcement efforts to block the conversion of two homes into a museum dedicated to one of India's 'most revered and important historical figures' has been overturned by the secretary of state.

Go-ahead for Greater Manchester 'wellbeing resort'

Go-ahead for Greater Manchester 'wellbeing resort'

Councillors in Trafford, Greater Manchester, have approved plans for a "wellbeing resort" on a 12-hectare site currently occupied by an exhibition centre, in line with a recommendation from planners who praised the scheme's "organic" design and said it complied with local planning policy.

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